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Soukenická Bastion which is sometimes called Převrátilská, is a rare, valuable example of Hussite fortification engineering of the mid-15th century. The pentagonal shape of its basis was invented by the Hussites who combined architectural skills of local burghers with the experience of builders from developed countries of Western Europe
|Year:||Glass plate diapositives 8x8cm has been used approximately 1900-1930, but they often contain reproductions of older photographs.|
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|Keywords:||Tábor, park, Soukenická bastion, Převrátilka, husits
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